In its simplest form, this is an action tale about two destitute girls who end up ruling a country. Its underlying current is far deeper, however, with God directing the path for them and for their country. Its guise may be a children's story, but the author weaves an ever-progressive view of our dependency upon our Heavenly Father. He further explores the social and economic plight of humanity through the lens of politics. The author feels that democracy is doomed. Voters will vote themselves money, or when they do not do their homework on life, they will elect their own butchers. As the story evolves, a higher form of government emerges, that of a benevolent dictator with a Christian foundation. Some may ask, "Why not a Muslim dictator like Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini?" Islam is a religion based on harshness and works. In contrast, the basic tenet of Christianity is love, as in, "For God so loved the world" and "Love thy neighbor as thyselves." The reader will see this theme developed throughout the book and, if it is ever put into practice, in reality as well.